Cat insurance: Protect your cat from vaccination!
Health and well-being for cats comes first through prevention. Your pet requires a healthy safe environment. He is awaiting support for his state of health and care announced. The risks can be numerous. Because of this, some illnesses are serious and can be fatal to your pet.
Your role, therefore, is to protect your cat through vaccination. Even if a donation is not required for mutual pet insurance with Assur O’Poil vaccines, vaccination of an animal is essential.
The Conversation Formula + covers the first and second vaccines up to 30 and 15 euros respectively. In addition, no deficiencies are applied to vaccination and sterilization of your dog.
Vaccination protects your cat against three types of disease:
♦ viral diseases,
♦ infectious diseases
♦ parasitic diseases.
Vaccine for cats: A highly recommended action to activate your animal’s immune defenses
Vaccination allows you to activate your cats’ immune defenses from a very young age.
The first vaccines are to be given from the first months of a kitten’s life. Then your cat has to be followed for a lifelong reminder. The role of reminders is as important as the role of vaccines. Your cat vaccination record allows you to have an updated schedule of vaccines and reminders. These are also a way to meet a health professional over and over again. Aside from the simple vaccination, these visits allow your veterinarian to examine your cat and check its general state of health.
Flat cats, even if they are less prone to viruses and infections, must at least be vaccinated against the typhus virus and the common cold cat (an infectious disease that combines several viral infections).
Cats can get sick from your hand. In fact, they may never go outside, but you could bring viruses, bacteria or parasites into the home.
For cats that go outside, the vaccination should be done to protect them from additional risks. The same is true for cats that follow their owners on a journey. Each animal has its own way of life and its own environment. Your veterinarian is your best intermediary to determine the vaccines to be given to your cat.